Nora and Joey want to watch something on TV, but don't really know what show they want. Each show has a different quality that makes it different from the rest. "Why don't we flip through?" asks Joey.
Documentaries and nature channel features are pretty traditional: they focus on the realness of the world and don't add in other aspects. They capture how animals or other things always have been.
Shows like Shark Tank are controlled by the Sharks and the show is completely structured on their decisions for themselves and the contestants. Whatever the sharks command, they get.
Reality TV shows with audience input like Love Island are mixed with audience impact and producer impact. Both the audience and the creators decide what big things will happen on the show, like who stays.
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While there's very few, interactive shows like Bandersnatch (Black Mirror) market to many different people since there's a large variety of decisions that they make themselves that impact their story.
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"So?" Joey asks. "What should we watch?""Nothing good's on. I'm gonna just go to bed," responds Nora sleepily. "Goodnight!"